salvage diving

The Shark Island Mine

In 1975 the entry level diving course that we taught was of four weeks duration and included two evening theory sessions per week with the Saturdays and Sundays given over to practical diving instruction. A standard part of the course… Read More ›

“Somebody’s Got To Do It.”

Seldom receiving the recognition they deserve, the following article about the New South Wales Police Diving Unit was first published in ‘Professional Diver Journal’ in early 1996, shortly after the Unit celebrated their Diamond Jubilee as one of the World’s… Read More ›

Diving Knives

Diving without some sort of cutting implement is like eating fish and chips without the salt and vinegar. You can do without. But why try? An equipment item that usually receives low priority both in its selection and its maintenance… Read More ›

A Corkhead’s Chronicle

A Corkhead’s Chronicle: Experiences of a Royal Navy Clearance Diver 1955 – 76 By: David J Lott BEM A riveting page-turner, ‘A Corkhead’s Chronicle’ is an enthralling, warts-and-all account of one man’s life and experiences as a Royal Navy Clearance… Read More ›